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Albert Berry

Professor Emeritus
Ph. D. (Princeton, 1963), B.A. (Western Ontario, 1959)
Office: Munk Centre for International Studies, 358S. Phone: 416-946-8932. Fax: 416-946-8915.
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Research fields: Economic development, International economics

Selected research

  • Albert Berry and Frances Stewart, "Globalization, Liberalization, and Inequality: Real Causes", Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs 43, No. 1 (2000), 42–92.
  • Albert Berry, "Small-Scale Non-Agricultural Exports as a Route to Employment Creation and Poverty Alleviation", Konjunturpolitik 43, No.3 (1997), 275–298.
  • Albert Berry, "Poverty Policy in Latin America During the 1980's", Review of Income and Wealth 43, No. 1 (1997), 119–129.
  • Albert Berry, "The Inequality Threat in Latin America", Latin American Research Review 32, No. 2 (1997), 3–40.
  • Albert Berry, "Creating an Enabling Policy Environment for Promotion of Small Enterprises: Traditional and Innovative Approaches", Revista de la Facultad de Economia de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (1996), 11–48.
All publications

Honors and awards

  • Ford Foundation, 2000-02.
  • Ford Foundation, 1996-98.
  • Various Donors, 1993-96.

Teaching

  • Graduate: Economic Development
  • Graduate: International Economics: Theory and Institutions
  • Graduate: The History of the International Economy since 1870
  • Graduate: The Political Economy of Development (in conjunction with one other professor)
  • Graduate: Topics in the History of Economics: The Development of Economic Analysis 1920-1970
  • Undergraduate: Advanced Economic Theory
  • Undergraduate: Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
  • Undergraduate: Economics of Latin America
  • Undergraduate: International Trade
  • Undergraduate: Monetary Economics
  • Undergraduate: Poverty and Income Distribution